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Sprinkles285:

When a verb ends in -ar, -er, or -ir, you say that the verb is in the _____ form. future tense conjugated past tense infinitive

abbiegarrison:

ik its NOT infinitive so def dont pick that one

XxXNessalulbaddieXxX:

The -ar, -er, and -ir refer to the unconjugated infinitive ending of the verb. Examples of each are hablar (to speak), comer (to eat), and vivir (to live). Verbs are classified in this manner because each type has its own conjugation pattern.

XxXNessalulbaddieXxX:

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